Bollywood’s heartthrob, Ranbir Kapoor, has turned 39 today. Over the years, the actor has emerged as one of the highest-paid actors in the film industry. The young and charming actor belongs to the Kapoor lineage and is one of the finest talents in the family.
From Saawariya to Sanju, Ranbir has given spectacular performances.
Ranbir Kapoor is a private person and is not on any social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. For his 39th birthday, Ranbir has headed to Jodhpur with his lady love Alia Bhatt. Pictures of the couple are surfacing on the internet.
On the occasion of Ranbir’s 39th birthday, here are some underrated movies of the actor you must watch:
1. Rocket Singh: Salesman Of The Year
This is one of the most underrated film of Ranbir’s filmy career, this film was ahead of its time. The story is about a fresher who not respected at his work place and went on to start his own sales company, which climbs the ladder of success in sort span of time due to his dedication, hard-work and passion for work. This was Shimit Amin’s last directorial. .
Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer is a masterpiece of its own kind. This film is about the journey of someone who has lost his edge in trying to follow acceptable conventions of society. Imtiaz Ali directorial is based on the central theme of abrasion and loss of self that happens in an attempt to find oneself.
3. Wake Up Sid
‘Wake Up Sid’ is a story of a Mumbai based lazy rich student who does absolutely nothing, with a turn of events Sid realizes his potential and went on to become a successful
This film is a story of a lazy Mumbai college student who does absolutely nothing, but his life changes completely after meeting with a girl Aisha, with a turn of events will Sid realize his potential in this world and become a success in the fast-paced life of Mumbai.
4. Jagga Jasoos
This is typical Anurah Basu film, a film which will take you on an adventurous ride with its musical settings and visual spectacle. Though, the film didn’t perform well on box-office, but it’s a must watch, especially for kids. The Anurag Basu directorial will give you the vibe of ‘Tintin’ by Steven Spielberg.